Minecraft Dungeons:Wraith

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This article is about the hostile mob in Minecraft Dungeons. For the final boss of the Creeping Winter DLC, see Wretched Wraith.
Wraith
Wraith.png
Behavior

Hostile

Wraiths are undead hostile mobs found in certain levels in Minecraft Dungeons. The Wretched Wraith is another variant of the Wraith found in the Creeping Winter DLC.

Appearance[edit]

The Wraith appears to be an undead ghost-like mob that resembles a skeleton but composed of a skull and a small rib cage. It wears a blue hood over itself that glows and has two small hands.

Spawning[edit]

Behavior[edit]

The Wraith attacks the player by creating a 3-by-3 area of scorching blue flames on the ground under the player. The flames burn the player and cause damage over time.

Stunning the Wraith while it is attacking allows the player to cancel its attack.

The Wraith can teleport away from players if they get too close. Wraiths are immune to their own blue flames and enchanted fire from other mobs. Wraiths follow players so they never lose their target, and if low on health, they will teleport away.

Health[edit]

Power Min Health
1 30
4 51
10 81
16 123
22 165
27 222
33 298
39 384
45 492
51 633
56 858
62 1164
68 1572
74 2019
80 2592
86 3327
91 4530
97 6147
103 8328

Ancient Hunts.png Ancient Terror[edit]

The arena where the Ancient Terror is summoned and battled at.

The Ancient Terror is the ancient variant of the Wraith encountered during Ancient Hunts with the minimum offering of . The ancient resides within a Creepy Crypt or Underhalls-themed arena and possesses, at minimum, the following enchantments:

10 Enchanted Spiders act as the ancient's minions, possessing the following enchantments:

Upon defeating the Ancient Terror, a gilded variant of the Exploding Crossbow, Mystery Armor, Champion's Armor or any of their uniques will drop as a reward.

Sounds[edit]

SoundDescription
Attack
Death
Fire
Fly
Hurt
Idle
Puke
Teleport

Trivia[edit]

  • The blue flames the wraith summons appears to be soul fire. Minecraft Dungeons was announced, and in development, quite some time before the Nether Update and soul fire were announced, however.
  • Some of the sounds resemble that of a ghast from the base game.

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